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Today's Headlines: Unilorin Professor Declared Missing, Another Protest Looms In Anambra

Unilorin Professor Declared Missing.

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Raphael Babatunde Adeniyi, a lecturer at the University of Ilorin, Kwara State, has been declared missing.

He was declared missing on Wednesday in Ilorin, the state capital in a statement by the family.

DAILY POST gathered that Professor Adeniyi left his Tanke home in Ilorin on Wednesday, to withdraw some money at a bank in Tanke junction, before noon and since then has not be en seen.

Another Protest Looms In Anambra

coalition of youth organisations on Thursday held a peaceful protest to strengthen the campaign against cultism, killings and other vices in the state.

The youth who held the protest under the auspices of Concerned Anambra Youths, lamented that the increasing activities of cult groups posed a threat to security in the state.

Members of the group displayed placards with inscriptions such as: ‘Stop Cultism and Criminality,’ ‘Stop the Killings and Violence,’ ‘Shun Cult Activities.

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EFCC to prosecute Kalu again, says Bawa.

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The Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Abdulrasheed Bawa, on Thursday said the commission would prosecute a former governor of Abia State, Orji Kalu, again.

He said Kalu “will be prosecuted all over again.”

Bawa said this while speaking with State House correspondents at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

Recall that Kalu had been convicted up to the Court of Appeal before the Supreme Court set him free on technical grounds.

Bawa also said the commission was set to begin prosecution of 800 new corruption cases.

APGA calls on IGP to arrest culprits behind Abuja NEC meeting.

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ABUJA: The National Chairman of All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, Chief Victor Oye has called on the Inspector General of Police, IGP; Mr. Alkali Baba to arrest those people who went on air Tuesday in Abuja to convene illegal National Executive Committee, NEC, meeting of the party in fragrant violation of law.

Chief Oye, who was enraged by what he described their action as antic of political thugs, also charged the Director General Of Department of State service, DSS, Mr. Yusuf Magaji Bichi and other sister security agencies to rise up to the occasion by bringing to justice those behind that calamitous statement that caused the country embarrassment.

Agitators to Buhari: don’t allow detractors disrupt formation of NDDC board.

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Socio-economic crusaders, under the auspices of the 21st Century Youths of Niger Delta and Agitators with Conscience, have called on President Muhammadu Buhari to shun detractors plotting to truncate the inauguration of the incoming board of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).

The agitators in a statement on Thursday by its Coordinator, Izon Ebi, also urged the President not to be hoodwinked by the cacophony of dissenting voices concerning the nominated persons and the immediate inauguration of the board.

The 21st CYNDAC asserted that the nominated team for the commission including its Chairman, Chief Bernard Okumagba, were considered after due consultations with Niger Delta leaders and representatives to truly drive the vision of Mr. President concerning the peace and development of the region.

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Anambra Kwara State Raphael Babatunde Adeniyi Unilorin University of Ilorin


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